"Women were among our primeval abolitionists:" women and organized anti-slavery in Vermont, 1834-1848

VHS8201WomenWereAmong.pdf

Title

"Women were among our primeval abolitionists:" women and organized anti-slavery in Vermont, 1834-1848

Creator

Blackwell, Marilyn S.

Description

Vermont's reputation as a bastion of antislavery and women's extensive involvement in antislavery societies elsewhere in the Northeast suggests that Jonathan Miller was not just boasting. But if so many women were involved, as Miller contended, why are they absent from these histories?

Source

Vermont History, v. 82, no. 1 (Summer/Fall 2014)

Identifier

VHS8201WomenWereAmong.pdf

Format

pdf

Rights

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Repository

Vermont Historical Society, 60 Washington Street, Suite 1, Barre, Vermont 05641

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Citation

Blackwell, Marilyn S., “"Women were among our primeval abolitionists:" women and organized anti-slavery in Vermont, 1834-1848,” Digital Vermont: A Project of the Vermont Historical Society, accessed May 30, 2024, https://www.digitalvermont.org/items/show/1876.